#43 Herbal Healing: Butcher’s Broom for Poor Circulation

#43 Herbal Healing: Butcher’s Broom for Poor Circulation

Neuropathy in Autonomic Nerves Neuropathy comes in many forms, with peripheral neuropathy being the most noticeable, due to detectable experiences like pain and numbness. Meanwhile, autonomic neuropathy and its symptoms are less easily recognized. Since autonomic neuropathy affects the autonomic…

#41 Keep Hydrated

#41 Keep Hydrated

Neuropathy & Hydration Keeping adequately hydrated is imperative to good health. This is because in order for our cells to function, our body needs to be kept hydrated. Drinking enough water allows our body to maintain enough bodily fluid so…

Pain Management with Donna Piercy – Part 3

Pain Management with Donna Piercy – Part 3

Donna Piercy spoke at the CNA September 2017 meeting., “I’d rather have a vet for a doctor, they know more about chronic pain!” Watch the lecture below. For more of our videos, click here. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel.…

#19 Massage Therapy

#19 Massage Therapy

          by Sabrina Martini Massage is the use of pressure on targeted body structures such as muscles, tendons, and nerves to relieve tension, increase blood flow and stimulate healing. When you see a massage therapist for…

#14 Fight Pain With Magnesium

#14 Fight Pain With Magnesium

In a Huffington Post blog (1) the author writes: Think of magnesium as the relaxation mineral. Anything that is tight, irritable, crampy, and stiff — whether it is a body part or an even a mood — is a sign of magnesium…

#10 Lion’s Mane Mushrooms

#10 Lion’s Mane Mushrooms

“Lion’s mane mushrooms are increasingly studied for their neuroprotective effects. Two novel classes of Nerve Growth Factors (NGFs) — molecules stimulating the differentiation and re-myelination of neurons — have been discovered in this mushroom so far. These cyathane derivatives are…

#9 Acetyl-L-Carnitine (HCI)

#9 Acetyl-L-Carnitine (HCI)

by Linda Petiot “Preliminary studies suggest acetyl-L-carnitine may help reduce pain and increase feeling in affected nerves. It is also possible that carnitine can help nerves regenerate. More research is needed.” From The University of Maryland Linda PetiotLinda is an…

#2 Manage Salt

#2 Manage Salt

Salt: a message conductor Your nerves need sodium. Sodium, or salt, is integral for your nerves to send its messages. When a message is sent or in other words a nerve is fired, salt rushes to the nerve to conduct the…